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>> the answer to that question was "bust a move." [cheers and applause] welcome back to "who wants to be a millionaire." trista and ryan busting a move up the board to $20,000. [cheers and applause] eagle county schools and first descents are in good shape. those are the charities we're playing for today. we can do better, though. you still have one lifeline. so let's add to that. let's play "who wants to be
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a millionaire." [dramatic musical flourish] ♪ okay. $30,000 question, and here it is. it may be tasty, but the cheesecake factory's brûléed french toast has 2,780 calories-- about the same number as in which of the following. >> so let's do the math. that would mean that one artichoke would be... >> both: 278 calories. >> and it would mean that one pineapple would be what? >> i don't know. you tell me. >> 90-- 90 some calories. like, 100 calories, essentially. just a little less than 100 calories. >> yeah.
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so a cucumber would-- essentially would have half of what the pineapple would have, so like, 50 calories. you think a cucumber has 50 calories? that seems to maybe real. and an avocado has 25 calories, which seems too low. artichokes are pretty caloric-rich. >> yeah. true. >> if i were gonna guess one of those, and this would be a guess, it would be a, ten artichokes. >> ah! this is so difficult. >> i feel like-- well, let's just think about it. if we don't know very well, we could ask--john might know this. to leave this place with a lifeline on the table is-- >> i know. i can't do that. okay. >> we'd like to ask john. >> we would like to ask john. >> okay, john, come down here and join us. [cheers and applause] how are you doing? >> it's good to see you. >> hi. >> how are you? >> welcome. >> sorry to bring you in on a nutrition question. >> i know. >> so john graduated-- >> a science one. >> graduated mit? >> no, no, i worked at mit
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for a long time. >> worked there? >> haven't graduated after 30 years. i've been working on it. but no, it's a good-- good question, and i sort of-- i was analyzing it the exact same way you were, which is, you know, breaking it up into how many calories per artichoke. would i feel full at the end of the day if i ate an artichoke every hour? you know? and my knee-jerk went to d, but then when i did the math, i didn't like it. so it's a tough one. i'm not sure i add much value, you know, unfortunately, on this one. >> okay. >> we didn't come here to-- to not take chances. >> oh, we didn't? well, you know, do you remember his--his toast to me on vail mountain-- on the top of vail mountain was to living life and taking chances. >> before my first kiss, and that worked out just fine. >> yeah. >> what could possibly go wrong? >> here's to living life and taking chances. we'll take a. >> okay. >> what do you think? >> i think we'll--
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>> yeah, i can support a. >> what the heck, right? >> what the heck? >> it's like a 50/50, to me, but-- >> well, we're gonna put our money down on a as our final answer. >> oh, god. >> well, the math seems good, the logic seems good, but guys, it's actually c... >> oh. >> 60 cucumbers. so sorry, but you guys played a great game. $5,000! and you know what we're gonna do? we're actually gonna double that for you guys, make it $10,000. both charities are going home with $5,000 today. [cheers and applause] thank you guys for being here. it was such a pleasure having you. thank you for joining us here on "bachelor" "bachelorette" fan favorite week. for everyone who's been a part of this one, i'm chris harrison. we'll see you next time. closed captioning sponsored by: want great whitening without the mess? think outside the box colgate optic white toothbrush
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every item through the store. buy one get one at half price. that's something to celebrate! blinds to go. blinds for life. no lights. sweetie, you have been lying around this dark room for two weeks. i don't know what it's like to propose to someone and have them say no, but we've all had our hearts broken. i mean, when your dad and i split up, we were both crushed. it took me a year to bounce back. worst weekend of my life. what? i'm worried you're falling behind at school. it's fine. we've had spring break for the last two weeks. back in our day, we'd be down in daytona beach, tearing it up, crashing parties, punching cops. you punched a cop? (whistles) well, don't try to stop me if i'm voguing on top of a cab. i mean... (dance music plays) (chuckles) wait. are you laughing? no. couldn't be. this is a sad room. thank you. you can leave now. all right.
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(rattle) (all, high-pitched voices) penny can! guys, that was three in a row. that means we go robot. (all, robotic voices) penny can. (imitates beeping sounds) we're adults. we are so kicking ass right now as parents. yeah. mm! no, seriously, i think we're about to pull travis out of his depression. (gasps) rim shot! ow! (gasps) did you know that these two are making a killing with their penny can business? what? whoo! i've been trying to help them make smart financial choices. yeah, i want to stop working out of my boat and build a giant can-shaped office. it's not an easy job. well, i'm so happy for you both. (clank) (gasps) spinner! face sandwich! oh! how is it still spinning? last cup of coffee-- who gets it? (grunts) hmm, best friend or boyfriend? i'll hear closing arguments. i love you. mm. i got you a bagel. sorry, dude. you can't eat love. give it to me. ohh. wow. chicks--am i right? hello, tom. to what do we owe the creepy displeasure? jules left her curtains open.
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that's how she signals me to come over. oh, sweetie, that's something you just think is true, kind of like what you said about a woman's period attracts bees. i just wanted you to be careful. tom, poof. (groans) bye, tommy! that's right. i threw him a "tommy," because you guys are too mean. i mean, sure, he's a little creepy, but he seems harmless. when he murders you, that's gonna be my exact quote to the news crew. anyone seen mom? (click) here she is. (click) where'd she go? (click) i'm right here! that's... playful. (click) (groans) (click) no way! oh, my gosh! ohh! ow! ow! can't stay holed up in the darkness forever. get too pale. look, you can kind of see through my hand. so maybe you're thinking about heading back to college? oh, uh, yes. i'll probably head back later today. uhh! parents! parents! oh, so you practiced for this moment? yes. (giggles, grunts) (both grunt) parents!
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what the hell? i don't want to have to see this every day. really? rainbows get you riled up? i don't like people doing graffiti near our houses either. oh, now it's graffiti. i saw the kids that did it. yeah, i would have stopped them, but they didn't seem like the kind of kids you want to mess with. how old were they? the big one was, like, uh... like, 9. you have never been more sexy. you don't understand how creepy these kids were. okay? it was like--like "children of the corn." i crown you king of the wussies. what? (dog barking in distance) (chorus)dominus ♪ they don't blink. i feel cold. told you. roger, we worked on this. you get more out of your drive if you play angry. laurie, little help. i'm gonna trick your son into putting a baby in me so i get all your money when you croak. now make the ball her face, and what do we do? i smash her face! (thwack) (cheers) (laughs)
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aw, that's a humdinger. thanks, guys. you got it, bud. now finish that bucket. we got to talk business for a sec. laurie, we're not wasting our profits by making "penny can" sportswear. but my designs rock. seriously, andy's wearing the bike shorts under his pants today. they hug the area but still manage to let it breathe. hmm. i smash her face! (thwack) i can't believe you guys are still wasting your time talking about that game. you might as well just throw your money in a hole. actually, that is the game. well, that is ridiculous. (whistles) (rattle) (high-pitched voices) penny can! ha! my company needs to buy this. (laughs) what a great day. man, this calls for some celebration wine. oh, sorry. this is also my there's-nothing-good-on-tv wine. doesn't matter. you and laurie are selling penny cans, and we got trav back out there. there he is. he's back, folks. how do you feel? like i'm on one of those commercials where the sad lady
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takes happy pills, starts playing tennis again. (doorbell rings) one of our neighbors was on that drug... (singsongy) but i can't tell you who it was. (door opens) it was ellie. what was ellie? hey, kev. nice to see you. you here to give trav a ride back to school? no, i came to check on him. he hasn't been at school in weeks. well, it's spring break. spring break was last month. did trav drop out of school? ♪ captioned by closed captioning services, inc. befi was active.gia, i was energetic. then the chronic, widespread pain drained my energy. my doctor said moving more helps ease fibromyalgia pain. he also prescribed lyrica. fibromyalgia is thought to be the result of overactive nerves. lyrica is believed to calm these nerves. for some, lyrica can significantly relieve fibromyalgia pain and improve function, so i feel better. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away
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you stopped going to college? (door closes) (gasps) oh, fun. i love a good beat down. mom, i'm sorry, okay? i just... look, i'm lost right now. come here. no. no "come here." he's playing you. i'm not playing you, okay? i just... i've been thinking about it a lot lately, and, uh, maybe... college isn't right for me. you're giving up your future. how long did you last in college? six weeks. he's right. i'm out. i paid your tuition. do you know how used i feel? it's like when you hook up with a dude, and then you wake up the next morning, and he's gone, and there's just a note on your pillow, that says, "last night was fun. call me next time you're in tampa," and you're like, "whai'm in tampa?" all right, you have two choices. you either go back to college, or you move out and get a job. well, i think i'm just gonna stay here till i get my head straight. not one of the choices. it's time for tough love, buddy. i will toss you out on your ass. mom, that's not you. oh, it's me. i toss asses.
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(laughs) (crinkles) what are you doing? i'm going to eat some chips. put those down. they're stale. here, have a fresh bag. trav 1, jules 0. man, i'm nervous. can't quit chewing my fingernails. aah! this one's pointy like a witch's nail. (sighs) this is a business meeting. be professional, okay? (laughs) fine. (sighs) i'm glad you're here with me, andy. you always got my back, and that's why i love ya. (voice breaking) don't make me cry before this meeting, okay? (roger speaks indistinctly in distance) all right. remember, don't fall for any razzle-dazzle. (door opens) hey, gang. i want to introduce you to the new spokesperson for penny can... mr. lou diamond phillips. no way! way. perfect.
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well, you should be spraying it from the other side to push it all towards the curb. are you really telling me how to hose? i am. god, i wish i could be andy. i wouldn't do that if i were you. why? (whispers) come here. chalk children aren't like other kids. they're dark-- well, not physically, but... emotionless... (whispers) they're home-schooled. (gasps) when my wife joanne was alive, they chalked my driveway, and i hosed it off. then bad things started happening. branches falling, windows breaking... chins disappearing. (laughs) you mock, but know this-- chalk children don't forgive, and they never forget. ohh. (chorus sings in latin) (gasps) (whispers) that one's the leader. okay. if you're staying here, i'll give you a deal on rent. but i'm adding your first year of college,
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so you're gonna need to gime $11,270. you know what sucks? is that when your life falls apart and you get let down by the one person you count on most. is that me? yeah. (whispers) yes. i just need a break. do you remember when i was little, and you'd come to school and lie about some aunt or uncle dying, and then we'd go to the beach? (chuckles) oh, sweetie... those people actually died. how come we didn't go to the funerals? because they're so depressing. solid parenting. still, i just loved our beach days. it was like i didn't have a care in the world and... can't we do that again? no. i told everyone i was gonna do tough love. mom, they don't have to know. ♪
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so it's gonna be the lou diamond phillips official bobby cobb's penny can can? that would be far too many names. oh, so it's gonna stay bobby cobb's penny can? he's not getting it. no. is there something on my face? i don't know exactly what your race is, but i am into it in a big way. all right, guys. check out this prototype that my nerds here put together. it even talks to you when you make a shot. boom! aah! (clatter) (lou diamond phillips) hey, this is lou diamond phillips saying, "penny can." (whirring) i knocked that out in one take. this isn't the game. i mean, there's no lights or spinning. and the people are supposed to sing... (high-pitched voices) penny can! i like it. it's shiny and it moves.
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the rules are different. i mean, there's no dancing, there's no 'stache attack... you took out the ear flick. well, my other nerds thought it was a liability issue. oh, please. (thwack) (grunts, groans) ooh. did i get you with my witch nail? no, no, no, no. we should keep this moving, though. right. did you see this part here of the contract, bobby? (gasps) oh, god. that was an even better beach day than when uncle dusty died. and to cap it all off... emilio estévez movie marathon. my first estévez festevez. and we're not stopping at his on-camera work, either. guess who directed two episodes of "cold case"? shut up. yeah. hey, it's cool if i fall asleep in here, right? did uncle dusty throw himself off a bridge? did he? (crunches) no. are those all our houses? and that's us, there... burning alive. you don't even have a head. no, wait, there it is.
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why is my severed head still screaming? because they draw what they dream. oh, man. here they come. what now? we make them a peace offering-- new chalk, maybe a scooter. just be cool, just be cool. hey, kids. (chuckles) neat picture. (gasps) you fool. you've killed us all. (chorus singing in latin) (gasps) ♪ all we have to do is... sign these contracts. this feels wrong, man. you know, they're ruining penny can. i hate it when big business gets their hooks into something. look at "young guns ii." it's like, "hey, let's take everything awesome about the first movie and puke bon jovi all over it." travesty. i'm sorry, guys. i can't sign. i am 100% not into this. well, i am one zillion percent for it. infinity! infinity! damn, tie. go ahead and break the tie, buddy.
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(sighs) sorry, man, but... you guys split 40 grand plus a share of the profits? you got to sell. (scoffs) (laurie) hey, lady, are you decent? i'm bringing you coffee. oh, thanks. have you seen trav? he said he was gonna crash in here. weird. hey, what's with the note? let's see. ohh. "thanks. last night was fun"? did you just get one-night standed by your own son? he said we were going to brunch. oh, no. cottonelle asked real people their what? (laughs) (laughs) what does cleanripple texture do? catches all the stuff that you want to get out. this is really nice. this one is, like, it goes the extra step. it gets it all clean. how does being clean feel? kind of sassy. uh, breezy.
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you spend a night like that with someone, and you think it means something. me? travis. good... i think. i can't believe he played me. shocker--your son is as manipulative as you are. you must be so proud. maybe i went easy on him because deep down, i know that he needs me to take care of him.
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what do you want him to do? live here until he's 60 so you two can spend every second of your lives together? oh, my god. that would be amazing. pushed the wrong button there. you have to crush him. you're just scared. practice with your boyfriend. grayson, get your travis on. (imitating travis) mom... don't make me leave. i'm just so lost right now. go. i'm only doing this because i love you. i love you, too... so much. should we all just walk away? mm-hmm. i'm gonna go. (indistinct conversations, horn honks in distance) hey, guys, i've been looking all over for you. really? because if you had signed the contract, you could have spotted us from your helicopter and thrown handfuls of gold on us to get our attention. i'm not sure you know how far $20,000 goes.
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(chuckles) didn't say it was a new helicopter. oh, my bad. look, i came here for two things--number one, to return the imaginary knife... (pops lips) that you stabbed me in the back with. not mine. your initials are carved right here in the handle. someone else did it. just take it. you grabbed it by the blade. ow! guy fights aweird. look, i know penny can is just a silly game. still, i'm the kind of guy that's not gonna get too many chances to make his mark on the world. i thought penny can was gonna be my thing. but we voted, and i lost, so... i'll sign the contract. (pen thuds) you can do what you want. i feel awesome and terrible at the same time. stop it with the hand. it's gonna leave a scar. ai-yi-yi. i don't think recreating their drawings will appease them. we don't have a lot of options right now, tom. i don't like drawing myself burning alive. well, you're supposed to be drawing me. oh, i'm cool with that. you know what's annoying, tom? me?
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don't steal my jokes, but yes. why would you hose off the picture? i don't know. i guess i enjoyed the three of us being a team so much, i didn't want it to end. look, i know i shouldn't try to push my way into the group. it's just, you guys seem so fun. i'm horrible at making friends. joanne was the one that handled it for us, and ever since she died, i guess i've just been so lonely. anyway, i-i'm sorry. well... downer-ville, population him. (chuckles) what up, girlfriend? don't call me that. it makes me feel dirty now. do you prefer mamacita? is this really the way you want to live your life? it's noon and you're still in your pajamas. you're still in your pajamas. no, this is comfortable... sportswear for active older people. (sighs) (sighs) travis, i love you. (spanish accent) i love you, too, mamacita. remember that... because i'm kicking you out of the house.
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somebody's mad. it's for real this time. i can't believe that you dropped out of school. i'm so disappointed in you. but this is what's right for me right n-- no, it's not. you got hurt and you made a scared, lazy decision. and i'm not gonna just sit here and support you. i won't. so either you go back to college and i will pay... otherwise, you've got to go start your life. either way, you have until tomorrow morning to get out of my house. (chorus)dominus ♪ damn it, we aren't finished yet. there's no time. we got to go at them. they want to lay the creepy on us? we go even creepier. i'm gonna channel vincent d'onofrio from "full metal jacket." you do, like, uh, helena bonham carter. (british accent) one step ahead of you, dearie. (gasps) that's awful, tom. who are you doing? oh, that's just my thinking face. ah, here they come. ♪ dominus ♪
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♪ (all scream) yes! way to go! we scared some kids. coffee? yeah. come on, tom. coffee. oh, okay. (whispers) yes. (clatter) hey, partner. how you doing? (clatter) not great. (rattle) (all, high-pitched voices) penny can. look, you're bobby cobb. you're gonna have a ton of chances to make your mark. (clatter) yeah, and even though it would crazy for you to turn down this money, our friendship is more important, and if you don't want to sell it, we won't sell it. i don't want to sell it. we already sold it. why would you lie? because we asked roger for more time and he said now or never. look, i promised to always have your back. this is me having your back. that check gets you off your boat and into an apartment.
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it's the fresh start i've dreamed about for us. mnh-mnh. for you. okay. behold... the official... (whirring) lou diamond phillips competition penny can can! look at that piece of junk. oh... here she comes, coming up. (clanking) it climbs walls? no way. (lou diamond phillips) way. it also says that whenever you say, "way." way. and look what we made 'em put on the inside. "invented by bobby cobb." (laughs) no way! way. ha! this is awesome! friends again? oh, we're more than friends. i say we go imaginary blood brothers. (grunts) oh! (grunts) aah! it doesn't count if it doesn't hurt. i'm sorry. cut me again. (gasping) (cries) that's too much. oh. (mutters) i love you guys. trav? (click) ♪
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yes! ohh! i did it! parent cheer! (both grunt) (whistles) (imitates gun cocking and gunshot) (both) parents! yeah, i like that we added a baby, but i don't think you should shoot it. that was a baby? i just got a new apartment. now what are you celebrating? i kicked trav out. i know he has no place else to go, so i know he went back to college! oh, man. what? nobody told me i wasn't supposed to give him my boat. (groans) how is it noon already? ah, it's all right, j-bird. we'll get through this together. no arm. no shoulder.
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i just waved hello. i don't know why he'd be so upset. you having a tough day there, little royce? he's a cute little guy. i guess someone has a vivid imagination. i'm really sorry. oh, it happens. (grayson) no worries. (chorus)dominus ♪ bye. see you. have a good one. send him to a real school.
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♪ what the world needs now is love sweet love ♪ ♪ it's the only thing that there's just too little of ♪ ♪ what the world needs now >> stars took the stage singing the classic there. we all know and of. it was reported last month to honor the victims of the orlando nightclub massacre. those e-mails that hacked from the dnc have opened up a rare look inside the democratic money making machine. ryan ross is on the money trail.
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>> reporter: it's all about the money. from the welcoming parties with a woman dancer in a bubble in the middle of a fountain at the philadelphia museum of art. to the nighttime cruises. >> that's when the real business gets down, outside of the convention halls. to the suites and the private parties with gourmet skrakl scrambled eggs and caviar. >> reporter: this document lays out what it costs to be a democratic vip. the highest level called the written house square, for democrats who raise more than $1,250,000. >> people give for a variety of reasons. they want their phone calls return. they want access and influence. >> we've received an invitation to the vice president's breakfast but not white house reception. >> reporter: and also in the hacked materials, phone messages from top democratic donors looking for their rewards. >> i got a call last week.
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my wife tells me, from debbie wasserman schultz about a shawl dinner with president obama this week. >> reporter: one e-mail describes the price of a private dinner with hillary clinton, $200,000. an even bigger donor bumped someone. the dnc finance director wrote with no sympathy of the cancer patient, a lot of people, unfortunately, get sick. we found him hosting pop donors at a champagne bunch. staffers and security guards were called to block our cameras. >> we can't have cameras here. >> reporter: when we caught up with him, he said it was all too embarrassing to talk about. >> i don't want to talk about it. >> reporter: brian ross never gets welcomed at these parties at the conventions. >> i don't know why. not something anyone of them were expecting to talk about.
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all right. here in new york there's this flower called a corpse flower that's about to bloom. it's the smelliest flower in the world. it stinks like a corpse. and in a nonrelated event, this is probably what it -- this probably smells just like that. this, what you're looking at is cheese that is 340 years old. it was discovered in a shipwreck off the coast of sweden, and apparently this was discovered in one of the last dives they did. it's typically aged cheese. >> you mean a rock ford? >> yes. a rockiford cheese.
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>> disgust, and it's even more disgusting when you say that. >> jack. what does it smell like? >> i'm going to move onto the next story. getting a dog comes with a lot of responsibilities. and one dad who is considering this for his family wanted to make sure that the family knew what they were getting themselves into and that she was very clear on how he wanted to play a role in all of this. he laid out a 13-term contract including some highlights that i picked up. c dad never has to pick up dog pop. the dog does not slopbber or hae runny nose. the dog does not scratch the floor. dad also, by the way, has unrestricted veto power over the name. he said they did get a dog.
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everyone loves the dog, but he's not a member of the family. he's an addition to the family. >> and the kids signed away. from dogs to cats. this cat used up one of its nine lives. this cat survived a cycle in the washing machine. >> wow. that's why he looks so clean. >> exactly. he likes to climb the washing machine. one day it closed on him. he survived a cycle in the hot wash. >> how many of the nine lives do you think he gave up on that one? >> i think all of them, but he's clean. >> and from cats, let's stick with the animals. meet the this parrot. listen to this. he's kind of like the pills bury
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now," a show of force for the democrats at this morning on "world news now," a show of force for the democrats at the dnc. president obama hands off his hopeful message to hillary clinton as vice president biden, v.p. hopeful tim kaine go after donald trump. new details about the proposed obama presidential library. a source says it's heading toward an historic park on chicago's south side. and new this half hour, the rescue of a florida family lost at sea. >> the coast guard spots them. what we're learning about where they were and how they're doing. rare glimpses of two celebrity kids on display on this thursday, july 28th.
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from abc news, this is "world news now." >> i guess that's what you do in paris, you have coordinated outfits with your daughter. >> and you walk by the eiffel daughter. >> good morning. >> good to be with you on this thursday. some of the biggest names in politics delivered a powerful rallying call for hillary clinton coupled with blistering attacks on donald trump. >> president obama not only praised clinton. saying there's never been anyone more qualified to lead the country. he also defended the state of the country itself and painted trump as a cynic who is unfit to be president. >> and then tim kaine defended clinton and mocked trump for lacking what he called a plan of action. let's get more from byron pitts. >> to elect hillary clinton as the next president of the united states. >> reporter: the arena erupted when president obama left the podium and brought back his friend. if history had a scrapbook, we in the world saw the newest
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addition. a monumental hand off. the first black president passing the torch to what they hope will be the first female president. >> there is only one candidate in this race who believes in that future. a leader with real plans to break down barriers and blast through glass ceilings and widen the circle of opportunity to every single american, the next president of the united states, hillary clinton. >> reporter: in what's been described as the biggest moment president obama has left in the national stage. he focussed not only on the accomplishments of his presidency, but the promises of a clinton administration. >> no daunting the odds. no matter how much people try to knock her down, she never, ever quits. >> reporter: the president more popular than either of the candidates running to succeed him, wasted no time in going after clinton's opponent.
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>> does anyone really believe a guy who spent his 70 years on this earth showing no regard for working people is suddenly going to be your champion, your voice? hey, if so, you should vote for him. america is already great. america is already strong. i was filled with faith, faith in america. the generous, big-hearted, hopeful country that made my story, that made all of our stories possible. >> reporter: after his wife's successful speech on monday night, obama stayed up until 3:30 in the morning working on perfecting his own words. he didn't seem the least bit nervous. >> democracy isn't a spectator sport. america isn't about yes, he will. it's about yes, we can.
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>> reporter: also feeling great, officially accepting his nomination, tim kaine took the stage with confidence. he has never lost an election. he is one of only 20 people to have served as a mayor, governor, and senator. >> god has created in our country, a beautiful and rich tapestry, an incredible cultural diversity that succeeds when we embrace everybody in love and battle back against the forces, the dark forces of division. we're all neighbors. >> our thanks to byron pitts in philadelphia. a lot of big moments on the stage. >> there were. and karen travers is joining us now with more insights. we saw the president's speech there. before he hit the stage, it started with some of the -- there was a video of some of the darkest days in the white house with the economic crisis, sandy hook which he said was a tough day for him. why do they do that?
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>> reporter: you could hear a pin drop during the first half of that video. it was going through some of the toughest times of the obama presidency and talking about how difficult it was. obama talking about how emotional the reaction to sandy hook was. and you're thinking when are they going to get to the positive stuff, the accomplishments? but this was an attempt to show how difficult it is to sit in the oval office, how difficult it is to be the president. it's not just giving speeches. you have to be prepared. you have to make tough decisions. clearly drawing the distinction between clinton being prepared to step in and donald trump not being. >> there were moments of disruption, especially when panetta spoke. what happened? >> reporter: there was a awakening of the left wing delegates. when panetta spoke there were
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chants, no more drones. no more wars, and this was such a striking moment. the chants were drowned out by more chants of usa, usa. anybody that's ever covered a republican presidential campaign, i did in 2004, that was always a common thing that happened in those rallies, and tonight a former spokesman for george w. bush noting he was watching the convention and hearing democrats talk about america and america's greatness like he said republicans used to. >> and overall, what did you think was the most effective moment or speech of the night? and i find it interesting that interlocking that you're saying that they're saying the democrats are sounding like republicans now. because we heard a little bit of that at the republican convention, some messages normally reserved for the democrats. what did you think was the most effective message tonight? >> reporter: perfect example, people saying ivanka trump. saying that speech could have been gived in philadelphia, not
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cleveland. i think president obama is going to get the most attention, giving one of the most powerful speeches for hillary clinton. the farewell address for president obama and the nation. i think when you go back, joe biden's remarks will be the ones that really make an impact. he was speaking directly to middle class voters in a way that really only joe biden can do. that line about you're fired, not taking joy or pride in that. that is joe biden's direct hit on donald trump. if you hear him say that throughout the campaign trail, that line will make an impact. >> and i love that he walked out to the rocky theme. >> and he said they call me middle class joe, but it's not a compliment. around here it becomes one. >> and he has his pennsylvania roots. he's from delaware, coming out to the rocky theme, and he landed some punches. >> he did. he was quite rocky. thank you.
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our political team wraps up two weeks of conventions tonight at 10:00 with the address by hillary clinton. the network plans a special live report. you can also see our live stream at abc news digital. >> and even before last night's convention program got underway. donald trump riled up democrats and even some republicans even more than usual. >> he kind of controlled the news cycle for a little bit. he didn't use twitter. he went in front of the cameras and invited russia to hack hillary clinton's e-mails from her time as secretary of state and release them publicly. >> russia, if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. i think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press. >> fascinating press conference. you've got to see it. now that trump is secured as a party's nominee, he can receive intelligence briefings. but rhode island congressman, a
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member of the house foreign affairs committee is asking president obama to withhold those classified materials from trump in the interest of national security. >> after months of deliberations, president obama and the first lady have selected a location for the presidential library in chicago. abc news learned that the library will be located in jaxen jackson park near the university of chicago. washington park is near the obama home. it was also in the running. strong reaction now that the man who shot president reagan will be a free man. a u.s. district judge ruled that john hinckley junior is no longer a danger to himself or others. he's seen here in a recent photo. he'll be free to live with his mother in virginia. president reagan's older son said he and his oldest son forgave hinckley, but his daughter said she was sickened by the decision. take a look closely at the stairs there. that guy, he doesn't live in
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that chicago home. he's a robbery suspect caught on camera after breaking in. the couple was asleep on the couch during the intrusion. that's led to the thief being nicknamed the creeper ghost. same guy has also been seen on other cameras. he's believed to be responsible for other burglaries. coming up, a family rescued at sea. they set off to go snorkeling off the florida keys and then vanished for 24 hours. we'll show you how far the coast guard searched for them and where they finally found them. >> and a-listers are feeling the bern. see the protests led by susan sarandon and danny glover ahead. >> first here's a look at today's forecast. >> world news weather, brought to you by american advisors group. introducing new k-y touch gel crème.
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a search for a family who vanished in the gulf of mexico is over. >> thanks to the work of the u.s. coast guard, that family has been found. adrienne bankert joins us with the story. what a horrifying concept and thought. >> many sighs of relief this morning. >> for sure. we love stories with a happy ending. the coast guard told us the family is in good spirits after a night spent on the open water northwest of florida. we have video capturing the youngest of the lost at sea seen running into the arms of family members. look at this. just upon reaching dry land. they were out there for about a day. the coast guard making contact ar-9sdz you jienchts nearly 4,0
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miles. locating the boat about 40 miles off of key west. there was initially trouble contacting them by radio. a 18-year-old, a 28-year-old, 15-year-old, and 11-year-old were out for a day of snorkel. when they began experiencing mechanical issues, their boat began to drift. >> we lost power to the boat and began to drift. some time around 8:00, 8:30 last night. it was relief watching the 11 and 15-year-old boys come off and hug their moms. that was pretty cool. >> the chief coast guard commander says the most important take away in this was these guys had a plan. they told their family members where they were going and when they would be back. so when they didn't return, people were concerned. it's been said there are things you could do to prepare.
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this was textbook success in terms of rescues. >> that's one of the keys. i've covered stories when people drifted and they did not stay with the boat. that's one of the things they say is stay with your vessel. what are some of the other things you're supposed to do? >> there's an epirb. the electronic position indic e indicating radio beacon. the device will send out a distress signal and provides an exact location for search and rescue teams. they say it takes the search out of search and rescue. they know where you are. >> very important, and to let people know where you're going. when a family is gone, sometimes no one knows. >> correct. i'm smiling because i'm glad they were safe. i can't imagine what i would do stuck out at sea, especially since i don't know how to swim. >> good to know. adrienne, thank you so much. when we come back, the hollywood a-listers protesting at the democratic national convention. >> and what a $19,000 a night hotel suite looks like. "the skinny" is next. suite looks like.
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♪ a ♪ we start today's skinny with the a-list protest at the dnc. >> apparently not all the people are on the same page with hillary clinton.
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while celebrities have been parading up and down the stage at the convention, die hard bernie sanders supporters led by susan sarandon and danny glover held a news conference. they turner had hoped to announce sanders' nomination on tuesday night even if clinton had the votes to win. her supporters have been taking to social media showing their voices have been hushed wearing i'm with nina stickers over their mouths. one person said let's put democracy back in the democratic national convention. next a peek inside one super expensive hotel suite. >> beyonce in paris for the european leg of her world tour. she's been hanging her hat in some of the most luxurious surroundings. >> it may be beautiful, but it's
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not imaginary. 3,000 square foot suite. boasted nearly 360 degree view of the city of lights. >> nice view of the eiffel tower. >> a giant living space. dining room, office area, gourmet kitchen. it also comes with jay-z, apparently. it's nice. 19,000 a night. >> as you can see in the picture it features a 900 square balcony. >> it's a nice look. >> i like the dress. >> blue ivy was not in mom's strappy heels. >> is she barefoot? >> rocking flats. >> beautiful. >> better for jumping. >> speaking of adorable celebrity kids, look at home a glimpse of another angel. >> kim kardashian shared a peak -- speak of saint west surrounded by toys.
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>> kim has been reserved when it comes to sharing photos of saint as opposed to daughter north who is a regular fixture on mom's instagram account. >> it was last week she revealed each of her kids has a favorite parent. saint is apparently a daddy's boy, while north is mama's little girl. we'll see how that plays out the kids get older. finally, a disappointment for beetle juice fans like me. it's been 28 years since the film opened in theaters. rumors have swirled about a sequel. >> michael keaton who played the leading role squashed hopes of that. he was asked if he knows anything about a possible sequel, and the response was nope. zero. and it's possible that ship has sailed? >> the reason he says is you can only do it right, and so much of the original was improvised. so much beautifully handmade by the artist tim burton. he says you don't tough certain things. they're sacred. >> it's been decades. it would be tough.
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this morning another prominent figure from inside fox news is stirring up fresh controversy. >> bill o'reilly is facing backlash for saying the slaves who helped build the white house were well fed.
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here's byron pitts. >> daughters and all our sons and daughters now take for granted that a woman can be president of the united states. >> reporter: a speech on the first night of the democratic national convention, even including one of the darkest chapters in american history. >> i wake up every morning in a house that was built by slaves. >> everyone was impressed with the first lady, even donald trump telling the reporter she did a good job. i liked her speech. bill o'reilly agreed on the facts, but then went further. >> slaves that work there were well fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government. >> reporter: the comments sparking major backlash for making light of the treatment of slaves. >> i find it offensive when anyone tries to justify any part of slavery. >> reporter: shonda rhimes
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tweeting try slavery, bill. let us know how good the food is while you wear chains. and others sharing a picture of shackles with a caption dear bill o'reilly wear these. >> reporter: o'reilly in full damage control. >> keep them strong, the washington administration provided meat, bread and other staples and decent lodgings of the new presidential building. that is a fact, not a justification. not a defense of slavery. just a fact. anyone who implies a soft unslavery message is beneath contempt. >> reporter: briyron pitts, abc news. >> coming up, we have more news. don't miss the updates on facebook or twitter at abcwnn. p?p?o?gv
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making news in america this morning, president obama and his passionate speech at the dnc praising hillary clinton and bashing donald trump. >> and then there's donald trump. don't boo. vote. >> and even clinton made a surprise appearance hugging president obama and then, of course, there's fired up joe biden. urging espionage? donald trump under fire after saying he hopes russia hacked hillary clinton's e-mails. overnight moscow is responding as legal experts discuss are his comments criminal? a group on a snorkeling trip missing for a day has been rescued. see the emotional reunion with the family after the coast guard's quick actions. mysterious fireball


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